In 2023, the American Ladder Institute (ALI) is excited to celebrate the seventh anniversary of National Ladder Safety Month. Observed annually in March and spearheaded […]
Every March, the American Ladder Institute (ALI) presents National Ladder Safety Month to promote safe ladder use in the workplace and at home. These posts, all authored by ALI, help to share helpful ladder tips to increase awareness of safe ladder use and decrease accidents.
Take advantage of free resources to build awareness and share with your friends or coworkers, including: ladder safety training videos, safety posters, infographics and short videos. Join the online conversation by using #LadderSafetyMonth on your favorite social platforms.
OK, so you’ve chosen your ladder and taken your first steps up. You’ve reached the top. So, is safety still important? Of course it is. […]
Climbing a ladder is easy, yes? It’s pretty straight-forward. It’s almost instinctual, right? Wrong. Injuries happen on or near ladders because people don’t take the […]
You’ve chosen the right ladder for the job. You’re eager to use it as soon as possible. But as surely as there are steps on […]
Whether cleaning out gutters, changing lights, or hanging seasonal decorations, picking the right ladder should not be done lightly. There are a number of considerations. […]
Ladders are designed to get a worker up to the work area or a homeowner to his or her project safely. However, regardless of the […]
There are many types of ladders, and choosing the proper one for the job is the first step in ensuring ladder safety. The single ladder […]
A mobile ladder stand is a movable, fixed height, self-supporting ladder most commonly used in work environments such as warehouses. It consists of wide flat […]
Ladders are designed to do more than just get a worker up to the work area or a homeowner to his or her project—they are […]
The fourth celebration of National Ladder Safety Month will take place February 23-March 28. Each year, ANSI partners with the American Ladder Institute (ALI) – […]